Keith I Myers – 2016-07-22 17:52:02-0400 – Updated: 2016-07-22 17:52:02-0400I was hoping that OnePlus learned their lessonOriginally shared by Benson LeungRidiculous. Just ridiculous. After a full year of selling a non-compliant Type-C phone, +OnePlus follows up with their OnePlus3 that ALSO doesn’t support USB host in the correct way according to the Type-C spec. The OnePlus 2 shipped with a noncompliant cable, and their “otg” mode was noncompliant such that official C device adapters would not work, and so is the OnePlus 3, apparently.
They simply haven’t learned how to build a phone properly.
Thanks +GTrusted for the scoop.
Folks, avoid OnePlus’s phones if you want a phone that actually works with peripherals in the growing USB Type-C ecosystem like thumbdrives, for goodness sake.
Shared with: Public, GTrusted+1’d by: Ben Schoon, Philip Sieder, Joseph Hindy, Carlos Miguel Pereira, Remigiusz Nowak, the derek FawcettGeorge Byers – 2016-07-23 13:08:56-0400 – Updated: 2016-07-23 13:16:13-0400If you read the comments further down it’s been debunked as a BS story from gtrusted. You have to manually go into storage an enable USB OTG first, why it’s not on my default I don’t know but it works just fine.
Edit: Looks like +GTrusted have revised their post.